SAN FRANCISCO - On the back of a software development consultancy being awarded a two-year grant by the U.S. State Department to develop a blockchain platform, Levi Strauss and Harvard University’s  Sustainability and Health Initiative for NetPositive Enterprise (SHINE) have announced they will be surveying workers using blockchain technology.

The survey is part of Levi’s Worker Well-being (WWB) programme, which launched in 2011 and the company says aims to improve the lives of its workers. To date, Levi’s say it has reached nearly 200,000 workers globally with factory-based programs, seeking to address issues related to health, financial security and gender equality.

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